Ok, just a couple more things we did. We finally saw Adam Hills, and he was, as hoped, incredibly funny. He's that guy from Spics and Specs. We bought a couple of t-shirts (which he signed) to support a charity in Cambodia. Then on Thursday, I won a couple of tickets to see a show called Trad. It's from the Edinburgh fringe.. two guys playing a 100 year old Irishman and his dad. And it had a couple of guys on the stage playing live irish music at random intervals, which was fantastic. All up it was really good. Then on public holiday monday we headed into the city to see a couple of the finals of the International Buskers Festival (which were kinda disappointing really, but it was packed so that probably didn't help) and had a wander around the Fringe Family Day, and then we headed to the other side of the city to see a Poster Gallery from Japan.
And I think that's probably about it from us. It's been a fun few weeks, and since it's apparently becoming an annual event I would strongly recommend visiting Adelaide while it's on. Just to head into the city and see how alive and vibrant it is makes it worthwhile, and it seems like every pub and club has some sort of live entertainment. It's probably helps to plan somewhat, but I think we're evidence it's not essential to do so :)